When Ryder came into our care he was so terrified of people that we could not touch him. It is clear to us that he had never previously lived in a home before, or ever been shown love. Since being in his foster home, he has slowly begun to come out of his shell. He is very good friends with the resident dog in his foster home, and loves to play outside in the fenced yard with her. He is still fearful indoors and enjoys the security of his crate, and his fluffy bed. He prefers to be in the same room and within eyesight of his people, but isn’t comfortable approaching for attention yet. Ryder needs a calm, quiet, forever home with humans who are willing to give him the time that he needs to acclimate to indoor dog life. If you ask us, he is TOTALLY worth it. Have you seen the guy? A total cutie!
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